I've been looking at parts of our yard where we have green banana trees and where mangoes fall and I have been wondering about our unrecorded income, our yields and our movement of assets on the property...
Sometimes we give away mangoes, green bananas and we keep no record of it. If I were dealing with things from the view of keeping proper records, I would definitely keep a record of either the weight of the green bananas, they are really big in this harvest or the number of mangoes which were given away and to whom...
So on a small scale, the "gifts" may not account for much and while they are unrecorded and the monetary value is not assigned, they impact on the quality of life of our neighbours and others..
Other aspects of home care for which records may need to be maintained relates to:
The creation of mulch,
The movement of soil (loaded with mulch) from one area to another..
For example in one area we have about 3 bird pepper trees which are fairly large and are in dire need of some care... Today, while passing an area where some green fig trees had been left to decompose I noted the looseness of the soil, the color and decided to scrape some of the "top soil" from the ground and place it on one or two of the pepper trees in an effort to nourish the bird pepper trees. They sprung up during our tenure, btw.
We have never given much thought to the creation of mulch as we leave the fallen trees to decompose and nourish the trees which are in existence and we move on..
So while I deal with my guilt over being a terrible recording person and I start thinking about what type of software would tell me what I need to track with respect to yard management, I will leave you all with a link to Wiki on Gross Domestic Income where the concept is documented.. Here is the link to Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gross_domestic_income.